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Empty as Nirvana By Zayra Yves
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Zayra Yves is a modern-day mystic whose writings are evocative, innovative, and empathetic. She is a passion-filled force embracing both her human desires as well as the divine essence. Empty as... More > Nirvana has been compiled from both new material and previously published poems that have been included in magazines, journals, audio recordings, radio broadcasts, and other print publications. These poems reveal the human suffering that cries from the abyss, the erotic body of light, the undeniable presence of the muse, the great hope for a more expansive state of compassion, and the rapture of total abandonment to love.< Less
Looking for Nirvana By Dorothy Packer-Fletcher
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Coming of age has never been so zany or raunchy. Twenty-something Gloria Zadig, the only daughter of an old-world eccentric father, is trying to become a woman in the turn-of-the-century New York. ... More > Abie, her father, has other ideas. He wants her to marry and have his grandchildren. Gloria adores her father, but, really, this is going too far. She flees home to live with two very modern girlfriends, who teach her more than she ever wanted to know about metrosexual life in the Big Apple. Dorothy Packer-Fletcher is the Jane Austen of the new millennium. In Looking for Nirvana, she explores contemporary social intercourse in ways that would make dear, old Jane blush. Deeply. Warning, read at your own risk: sexual situations and skewed perspectives. Be prepared to laugh your heart out.< Less
Looking for Nirvana By Dorothy Packer-Fletcher
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Coming of age has never been so zany or raunchy. Twenty-something Gloria Zadig, the only daughter of an old-world eccentric father, is trying to become a woman in the turn-of-the-century New York. ... More > Abie, her father, has other ideas. He wants her to marry and have his grandchildren. Gloria adores her father, but, really, this is going too far. She flees home to live with two very modern girlfriends, who teach her more than she ever wanted to know about metrosexual life in the Big Apple. Dorothy Packer-Fletcher is the Jane Austen of the new millennium. In Looking for Nirvana, she explores contemporary social intercourse in ways that would make dear, old Jane blush. Deeply. Warning, read at your own risk: sexual situations and skewed perspectives. Be prepared to laugh your heart out.< Less
Urbana Nirvana By Michael Ollie Clayton
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Graphic, detailed poems why a human being gives up on the big city, the rat race for small-town living. Sometime you gotta downsize the BS in your life lest you get shoveled under and lead a stank... More > life!< Less
Greenwalt Finds Nirvana By Octavia duP. Jones
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Ever wanted to run away but just didn't know where to go? How about the country's biggest dump outside of New Orleans, Louisiana? It might not be as bad as you think. Greenwalt Charbonnet and his... More > new best friends find the Nirvana Depository down right perfect or at least much more appealing than any campsite the National Park Service could boast. No school, no chores, no baths...kids RULE! Looking for Nirvana? Try the dump!< Less
Greenwalt Finds Nirvana By Octavia duP. Jones
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Racconto Umano By Andrea merlonghi
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Buddha, the Gospel By Paul Carus
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To those not familiar with the subject it may be stated that the bulk of its contents is derived from the old Buddhist canon. Many passages, and indeed the most important ones, are literally copied... More > in translations from the original texts. Some are rendered rather freely in order to make them intelligible to the present generation; others have been rearranged; and still others are ab-breviated. Besides the three introductory and the three concluding chapters there are only a few purely original addi-tions, which, however, are neither mere literary embellishments nor deviations from Buddhist doctrines. Wherever the compiler has admitted modernization he has done so with due considera-tion and always in the spirit of a legitimate development. Additions and modifications contain nothing but ideas for which prototypes can be found somewhere among the traditions of Buddhism, and have been introduced as elucidations of its main principles.< Less
Mahanirvana Tantra By Arthur Avalon
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The translation published is that of the first part only. It is commonly thought (and was so stated by the author of the Calcutta edition in English to which I have referred) that the second portion... More > is lost. This is, however, not so, though copies of the complete Tantra are rare enough. The full text exists in manuscript, and I hope at a later date to have an opportunity of publishing a translation of it. I came across a complete manuscript some two years ago in the possession of a Nepalese Pandit. He would, however, only permit me to make a copy of his manuscript on the condition that the Shatkarmma Mantras were not published. For, as he said, virtue not being a condition precedent for the acquisition of siddhi in such Mantras, their publication might enable the evilly disposed to work harm against others, a crime which, he added, was, in his own country, where the Tantra was current, punishable by the civil power.< Less
Buddha, the Gospel By Paul Carus
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To those not familiar with the subject it may be stated that the bulk of its contents is derived from the old Buddhist canon. Many passages, and indeed the most important ones, are literally copied... More > in translations from the original texts. Some are rendered rather freely in order to make them intelligible to the present generation; others have been rearranged; and still others are ab-breviated. Besides the three introductory and the three concluding chapters there are only a few purely original addi-tions, which, however, are neither mere literary embellishments nor deviations from Buddhist doctrines. Wherever the compiler has admitted modernization he has done so with due considera-tion and always in the spirit of a legitimate development. Additions and modifications contain nothing but ideas for which prototypes can be found somewhere among the traditions of Buddhism, and have been introduced as elucidations of its main principles.< Less

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